undealt

undealt

(ʌnˈdɛlt)
adj
1. uncared for
2. undivided
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Yet three years into office, many of the searching recommendations made by Buhari in his election campaign have been left undealt with.
This alternate reality would have left her character rather forlorn and vulnerable but also somehow admirable and deserving of respect; more importantly, it would have left her character unresolved and undealt with, newly invested with a moral weight that both she and her author would then have had to do justice to.
There is a product called MindPlay, which alerts dealers in real time if the undealt deck(s) is favorable to the players and presumptuously encourages re-shuffling so players never get advantageous play.
Place the remaining stock of undealt cards face-down at the side of the table.
The official acknowledged, however, that left undealt with, the smuggling problem could affect the chances of the administration's candidates making a sweep of the senatorial election next month.
You cannot hide a card, nor can you add an undealt card to make your hand look better.
Moreover, by solely focusing on the final stage of the transfer, the contract, the sources of very real problems (child trafficking, corruption, money laundering, etc.) that are rooted in the process preceding actual transfer are left undealt with and unsupervised.
Also like Leader and Corfield Sarno believes that trauma left undealt with is the principal source of psychosomatic problems.
"You can drive as badly as you like and unless you are unlucky enough to be caught by one of the few remaining cops or involved in a bad crash, your bad driving will go unrecognised and undealt with," said Mr Delaney.
The meaning of spectrality to Derrida is differantial: it splits the living present into the site of the coming from the future of that which is undealt with from the past.